This pool table exudes masculinity, with its solid and sturdy design. With its American craftsmanship and 100% American hardwood construction, this pool table is sure to be heirloom in any family game room for generations to come. Shown in Traditional Cherry Finish on Maple.
- Handcrafted in Tennessee by Olhausen Billiards.
- Constructed of solid maple or oak.
- Available in 35 different finishes.
- Comes with all playing essentials including four cues, bridge stick, wall-mounted cue rack, set of billiard balls, 8-ball and 9-ball racks.
- Includes a box of cue-tip chalk, cover for table, specialist repair kit and table brushes.
- True Life-Time warranty - View Olhausen warranty
- Made in the U.S.A.
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Accu-Fast Cushions are formulated from a
pure gum rubber base containing none of the cheaper clay or silica
fillers inherent in the import cushions used by other manufactures. This
ensures that Accu-Fast will outplay and outlast the competition.
Accu-Fast is formed to a true K-66 face profile which has been the
industry standard for over 100 years. The cushions are canvas-backed for
permanent bonding to the rail and are the only cushions that are 100%
surface bonded to the rail. All Accu-Fast Cushions are 100% American
Made and are the only cushions backed with a true Lifetime Warranty.
T-Nut/slate bolt combination is the best way to anchor rail assemblies
to slate. A T-Nut is a threaded metal tube with a unique collar at the
top that has been punched to form claws. After the sub-rails are
drilled, T-Nuts are pressed into the holes from the top to set them in
place. This sub-rail/T-Nut assembly is then securely attached to the
bottom of the top rail creating the unique Olhausen 2-pieces rail.
Uniliner Frame Construction
construction is what gives Olhausen pool tables their superior
strength. Olhausen frames were tested by Weyerhaeuser International
Testing Laboratories in Seattle, WA. Olhausen’s unique construction
method created frames that withstood pressures that exceeded 25,000 lbs.
Factory Pre-Assembled Frame
majority of competitor’s tables, Olhausen frames are factory
pre-assembled. All are pre-leveled and squared for precise and easy
installation. Of course when necessary, Olhausen frames can be
disassembled to accommodate difficult installations.
K.D. Apron Bracket
K.D. apron bracket is designed to simplify the installation of the
apron to the rail eliminating unsightly screw or nail holes.
Additionally the bracket method is stronger than screws, staples or
finish nails, and permits easy replacement of an apron when necessary.
Because of this simple and quick attachment system, Olhausen aprons are
an optional design feature which allows you to offer your guest greater
latitude in creating a unique package.
uses three-piece, oversized Genuine Slate on all their pool tables. The
Slate is diamond-honed and polished to create a smooth, flat playing
surface. Each piece is checked three times before it leaves the factory.
Slate is used because it is dense, but pliable, and will ensure a dead
flat playing surface.
only the best materials available in their tables. They do not cut
corners. But when it comes to wood, they go the extra mile. Olhausen
hires people who have spent their entire lives in the wood industry and
are considered experts. In the purchasing department these people work
closely with mills all over the United States, not only to ensure the
best prices, but to find the best quality available at the time.
Catalyzed Varnish Finish
uses a six-step Catalyzed Varnish Finishing Process. Catalyzed Varnish
is an acetone-based finish, which is a fine furniture finish that
provides enduring beauty. Catalyzed Varnish provides excellent scratch,
chip and yellowing resistance, as well as protection from humidity and
moisture. Olhausen also employs the use of an Ultraviolet (“UV”) finish
line that automatically sands and sprays all rails, lending durability,
consistency and efficiency to production. This entire “UV” finishing is
accomplished by means of slate-of-the-art machinery costing over a half
million dollars. It is the hardest and most durable finish used in the
billiard industry today, and it exceeds the toughest E.P.A.
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